For this month’s renewable energy series, I revisit one of my favorite subjects: the critical role of architects in the
The fourth in a year-long series on artists who are making the topic of water a focus of their work
In the third instalment of her “Renewable Energy Artworks” monthly series, Artists & Climate Change writer Joan Sullivan interviews internationally acclaimed
For me, it was love at first sight: “Renewable energy can be beautiful.” Back in 2013, when I first saw
20th of January 2017. A friend from Indonesia calls me. Not for anything in specific, just a bit of friend-to-friend
Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928-2000) was a rather eccentric Austrian artist, known for his colourful paintings and Gaudi-esque architecture. His work can
Hurricane Matthew blew into Florida the same night as my exhibit “Building into Water” opened at Galatea Gallery in Boston.
Daughter of an architect, I’ve noticed an uptick of articles over the past two years speculating that #architects will increasingly find